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Fairy tales do come true

After keeping their countless fans guessing for while Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma nuptials is over at the world’s most expensive holiday destination in Tuscany, which is famous for grand castles. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are officially a married couple now. The two tied the knot attended by near and dear ones. The couple has been a favourite of the masses and has dominated headlines ever since they started dating back in 2013. In the past, Kohli had often said how Anushka had made him a more matured person and has lauded her presence in his life. The two started dating after meeting during the shooting of an advertisement. Kohli, has since been virtually unstoppable.

A couple of months ago, a men’s ethnic wear brand brought two of the biggest stars, Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli together for their latest advertisement. In the ad, the two stars who are currently dating are married and imagining what the bride and groom must be promising each other, except that they are rallying the vows they wish to keep themselves. Now the flying kisses will pass through from the pitch to Anushka sitting and watching the matches from the pavilion box.

With the much anticipated marriage comes the end of a four year tizzy romance. Far away from the prying eyes of the public, the ceremonies were performed by Anushka’s family priest. It was happy gathering of family members for a happy occasion.

The ceremony was performed as per Hindu rituals, it added. Kohli and Anushka, both 29, posted different photos of themselves smiling together and dressed in colourful Indian wedding garb on their Twitter feeds.

Rumours of their impending nuptials started swirling recently when Kohli pulled out of India’s limited-overs matches against Sri Lanka and Anushka also ducked out of her busy acting schedule in December. Now that Kohli and Anushka started a new innings and we hope that the Indian Captain will lead the family life from the front as he used to do on a cricketing field.

(The views expressed by the author in the article are his/her own.)

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